Clarice .. always in perfect pitch. Spot on.
posted on 09/19/2010 12:09:16 AM PDT
To: onyx; penelopesire; maggief; hoosiermama; seekthetruth; television is just wrong; jcsjcm; BP2; ...
** Clarice Feldman is just excellent .. Ping!
posted on 09/19/2010 12:15:32 AM PDT
(The overlords are in place .. we are a nation under siege .. pray, go Galt & hunker down)
Wonder if the tide will change if the radicals have a successful turnout on 10 2 10.
posted on 09/19/2010 12:22:43 AM PDT
by Kimberly GG
("Path to Citizenship" Amnesty candidates will NOT get my vote! DeMint, 2012)
To: STARWISE; antceecee; genxer; SarahPalin2012; 1_Rain_Drop; reegs; Fudd Fan; penelopesire; misharu; ..
posted on 09/19/2010 1:15:59 AM PDT
(If you support Sarah and want on her Ping List, let me know!)
Based on my 50 years of political observation, I think the "tea party" movement stands a good chance to be bigger and more effective than the "civil rights" movement of the 1960's (which I observed "up close and personal").
A key point in my thinking is the knowledge that the "civil rights" movement was at least partially a child of the news media, and a very unusual alliance of liberals and conservatives, while the tea party is growing even with media and liberal opposition.
To: STARWISE; The Mayor
There was no better proof of this than in New York this past Tuesday when the establishment picked RINO Ricky Lazio lost in a LANDSLIDE to Carl Paladino, in the race for NY State Governor.
The polls are so far off this election it is not even funny.
They showed Carl behind for months, then the best they ever showed him was tied with Lazio on Monday (48-47).
On Tuesday Tea Party candidate Paladino won in a LANDSLIDE (62 to 37 %)
And this was WITHOUT any national help or Palin endorsement or ANYTHING.
And the same is going to happen to Andrew Cuomo in November.
There are thousands of Paladino signs up all over- I have yet to see ONE Cuomo sign.
posted on 09/19/2010 6:51:34 AM PDT
by Mr. K
(PALADINO FOR GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK)
The Republicans need to realize that they still are not trusted. Why should they be when each day seems to have another story of compromise on core principals and going along to get along with spending their children cannot afford?
This is wrong. The Republicans have not had core principles since RR left office. Newt tried in 1994, but his own party sold him out, almost immediately, when they discovered that they held the keys to the pork locker.
I've seen Rockefeller "republicans" at first-hand, and they're generally worthless wastes of human skin: generally useless idiots with the complement to the liberals' faux guilt complex over racism - that being a faux sense of noblesse oblige under which they delude themselves into thinking that, because they're wealthy whites, they have an obligation to take care of the "less fortunate" and, in particular, to "protect them from themselves" - in other words, the same statism that liberals engage in, but without the noxious left-wing ideology.
posted on 09/19/2010 7:25:18 AM PDT
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